Planet Broadcasting aims to launch Australian comedians into US market
Trolls debuts at number two at weekend box office but can’t beat Fantastic Beasts
The Age editor Mark Forbes resigns amid harassment claims
Twitter jockeys for role in A-League broadcast rights negotiations
Ooh Media adds Christmas bow to traditional billboards in Crown Lager campaign
Is content marketing leaving the brand behind?
Walkleys by the numbers – Fairfax’s worst two years in 23 years
How retail brands are using social media to improve performance
This is not the death of free-to-air TV
Suck it up, princess: why criticism and debate are the best way to advance the industry
Goodbye, Dolly: Ex-editors Dunk, Wilkinson, Go and Cousins on a big sister who answered embarrassing questions
24 Hours With… Tim Penton, head of media at Global Red
Is the great Aussie beer ad dead?
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National Radio Conference: Game of Thrones, with Janine Allis, Michael Anderson and Anthony Everard
You’re the Sandra Sully to my Lee Lin Chin
Journalism’s new front line
Ad rate negotiation: Bob Miller style
Microsoft and its role in the ‘excellence’ of Australian cricket
Geofiltering the Tribe
ABC ME launches app for smartphones
Three golds awarded at re-vamped 2016 APG Strategy Awards
Winners of APG Strategy Awards announced
RadiumOne announces new APAC marketing director
Seven taps Marco Pierre White to host Hell’s Kitchen
Nova announces its summer breakfast line-up
Big Mobile partners with Widespace
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia announces its 2016 Awards For Excellence winners
Outdoor Media Association announces Creative Collection winners
Mumbrella Asia Awards
Retail Marketing Summit
Travel Marketing Summit
Mumbrella Digital School
Marco Pierre White will return to Australia’s TV screens next year with cooking contest Hell’s Kitchen. In the publicity push that will doubtless precede the show, Mumbrella’s Dean Carroll hopes journalists will have a more pleasant time with the grumpy chef than he experienced in a series of excruciating encounters earlier this year.
In this guest post, Dan Monheit, deconstructs some of Professor Mark Ritson's recent arguments about the digital ad industry.
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